We’ve not blown away yet. Actually, Tropical Storm Lee has been a real strange storm. We’ll have periods of rain and then the sun just might come out for awhile. So far, we’ve had almost 10 inches of rain over a three day period, but the ground was so dry that it has absorbed it all. Also, we’ve had very little wind, however, today is supposedly going to be the worst of it for our area. We’ve had worse wind and rain with thunder storms in the past; keep in mind that we’re speaking of Rainbow Plantation not Alabama, Louisiana, or Mississippi as a whole.
It was nice to be back in our home church. We’ve missed it. We donned our “Connection Team” shirts and went right back to work as if we hadn’t been away at all. So many people came up to us and said, “Glad you’re back” – the welcome made us feel good. We’re not sure where we’ll get involved next. I just might get involved with facility maintenance and Judy is looking at volunteering in the Hope Center; we’ll both continue working on the Connection Team. There will be some slots for us somewhere, I’m sure.
We did manage to get in a walk about the Plantation and attended the Ice Cream Social last evening. It was a small group of us at the social. Well, that’s about it. Hopefully this will be the last day of the Lee Intrusion and “the sun will come out tomorrow, tomorrow!”
Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - -